David Newman, Elections Co-ordinator

David Newman is following this site, wanting to find out more about the Oxfordshire Green Party.
  • published invoice 2015-05-13 23:06:53 +0100

  • published Communications survey 2015-01-02 04:36:16 +0000

  • signed Housing petition 2014-10-21 16:22:42 +0100

    Housing crisis petition

    Oxford is now the most unaffordable place to live in the UK. Houses cost more than 11 times average wages. The country and Oxford's council have a housing crisis on their hands.

    Too often, people paying rent get poor service from rogue agencies and landlords. Greens want to take action to drive up standards in rented housing and to tackle the burden of rent.

    We believe that access to housing is a human right—the council must do more to meet the housing needs of people in Oxford. Greens support increasing the number of council and social homes available to those who need them.

    No council houses have been completed in the last year in Oxford. So when suitable houses become available on the local market, Oxford City Council should purchase them to increase the council housing stock.

    27 signatures

    PETITION

    We demand that Oxford City Council use some of the £10m it has set aside to buy properties for use as Council housing to purchase the Crown House Club on the corner of Crown Street and St Mary’s Road in East Oxford. The Council could then provide 4 flats for immediate rent and a potential additional 5 flats for rent once the non-residential parts of the building are converted for residential use.

    We believe the £1m price tag for the Crown House Club, and the potential to create up to 9 Council housing units in an area of housing need, presents excellent value for money for the City Council. With a constant decline in social housing available in the city, it would be a travesty to pass on such a good opportunity to increase the Council's housing stock.

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  • published Candidate Application in Candidates wanted 2017-09-20 11:12:16 +0100

    Candidate Application Questionnaire

    Everyone who wants to  stand in a council target ward, must complete this questionnaire. If you just want to get your name on the ballot paper so that voters can vote for the Green Party in your ward (a non-target candidate) you do not need to complete this questionnaire.

    There are 15 questions in all, the first of which you see below. They cover eligibility, your selection statement, how much time you can contribute and what help you need from the party.

    If you have any difficulties completing the questionnaire, email the Oxfordshire Green Party Elections co-ordinator with the same information, and any questions you have.

    Take the survey

  • commented on Vote for your Green Party candidate to challenge David Cameron in the Witney constituency 2014-03-29 21:03:59 +0000
    After a vote of Green Party members in the Witney constituency, Stuart Macdonald was selected to represent us.

  • published Election day volunteer in Get Involved! 2018-04-03 11:05:06 +0100

    How you can help us on election day

    Let us know how you can best help on election day, 2 May 2019. Tasks include:

    1. Reminding people to vote:
      • Knocking on the doors of people who said they will vote Green (“knocking up”).
      • Telephoning people who said they would vote green.
    2. Helping in a committee room.
    3. Giving lifts to voters with mobility difficulties who are otherwise unable to travel their polling station
    4. Taking voter numbers at polling stations (“telling”)—many voters don’t make up their minds until they are in the polling booth. A Green rosette and a welcoming face can help persuade them. Key times include 7am-9.30am, and 5pm-8pm.
    5. Tallying the votes at the count, so we know where in the county there are more Green voters.

    Please tick the ways you can help below, and where you can help, as there are elections in 4 councils this year.

    Become a volunteer

  • donated 2014-02-16 01:45:08 +0000

    Help us run more events

    Welcome to an Oxfordshire Green Party event. It costs us money to put on events. We have to pay for room hire, speakers' expenses and publicity.

    • £3 pays for tea, coffee and biscuits for a day.
    • £10 pays for an hour's room hire.
    • £25 pays for hiring an IT suite for an hour.
    • £50 pays for a return train ticket from Brighton to Oxford.

    Please help us defray these costs by making a small donation, so that we can run more events.

    Donate

  • commented on Bee summit 2014-02-09 23:45:03 +0000
    Once we have a picture, and links to reports, it is worth posting this on the public news blog as well.

  • tagged rural development theme with Impractical 2013-11-16 22:31:10 +0000

    rural development theme

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  • donated 2017-01-18 11:28:16 +0000

    Event booking

    Thank you for booking an event ticket from the Oxfordshire Green Party.

    Please complete the details below and submit the form.

    You will receive an e-mail receipt for your payment.

    Donate

  • wants to volunteer 2015-02-13 12:52:14 +0000

    Help us to create a Greener Parliament!

    Help us fight the climate crisis. Let's get more Greens elected

    We need better MPs, ones that don't just pay lip service to the climate crisis. Right now you can help our General Election candidates reach thousands of voters before 12 December.

    Oxfordshire Green Party is campaigning for a Green New Deal by getting more Green MPs. Already our elected Green councillors have got local councils to divest from fossil fuels, declare a climate emergency, improve cycling facilities and require 50% social housing in new developments.

    We don't have much money, but we do have thousands of members and supporters in Oxfordshire. Will you help make a difference? Please sign up below to volunteer in any way you can. Or if you would like to speak to someone about it, please phone Kate Robinson on 07582 903996 to find how you can help, at a time that suits you.

    THANK YOU!

      

    Become a volunteer

Elections co-ordinator for the Oxfordshire Green Party.